Music is my Boyfriend
Robert Kennedy
Documentary : 38' / Art & Artists, Musical, Queer

Music is my Boyfriend chronicles the early days of The Hidden Cameras. Combining interviews with original members, behind-the-scenes footage during a recording session and rarely seen 16mm film of two of their legendary live church shows, the film is at once a love note to a beloved band and a time capsule of the city’s raucous, vivacious queer underground scene in the early days of the 21st century.


October 13 | 22h00 | Batalha Centro de Cinema - Cafetaria & Bar
Special Screenings

/ Details

Year: 2005

Country: Canada

Language: english

Subtitles: no subtitles

With: The Hidden Cameras

/ Direction

Robert Kennedy


Robert Kennedy is a filmmaker, actor, and editor. His award-winning short films have been exhibited widely at festivals both in Canada and internationally. He is the editor of fourteen feature films, including the Genie Award-winning Grass (2000), Examined Life (2008) Carmine Street Guitars (2018), What is Democracy? (2018) and The Colour of Ink (2022).


2005 – Music is my Boyfriend (Short Documentary)

2005 – Valley of the Chapstick (Short Film)  

2004 – Current Conditions (Short Film)

2004 – Nicky (Short Documentary

2002 – Since Then (Short Film)

2000 – Dinky Menace (Short Film)

1999 – Hi, I’m Steve (Short Film)
1989 – Special of the Day (Short Documentary)

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